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Here’s another excellent inspirational video from Alux (foot of the page). We have listed the 15 Business Books Everyone Should Read below (together with their Amazon (affiliate) link:
An astonishingly popular book that has stood the test of time. Napoleon Hill set out to interview the world’s most successful people in order to decode the “law of success” and share it with all.
This worldwide best seller started out as a film that shared ideas on how to achieve health, wealth, and happiness.
I think this is actually the best selling money/wealth tutorial of all time. This book compares the “mindset” and attitudes of those who reach wealth and those who don’t – and it’s a key text for those looking to transition from being employed to being an entrepreneur.
Graham was called “The greatest investment advisor of the twentieth century” and this book has been regarded as a “stock market bible” ever since its original publication in 1949.
World-famous motivational speaker Tony Robbins shares his ideas for personal wealth transformation and achieving financial freedom.
Ferris’ cult classic teaches people to ‘get their lives back’ through a combination of strategies such as delegation, outsourcing, prioritization. It’s fundamentally a book on time management – pushed to the ultimate in Ferris’ typical style of taking an idea and seeing just how far it’s possible to go with it.
This book teaches people (in the Author’s own words) that “creating wealth need not take 50 years of financial mediocrity devoured by decades of work, decades of saving, decades of mindless frugality, and decades of 8% stock market returns.”
Duhigg dives deep into habits – both good and bad – and explains why they exist and how they can be changed.
The accolades – and criticisms – for this book are astonishing. Deeply philosophical, it has been called “One of the most important books ever written” by fans and “garbage” by detractors. Thought provoking and controversial.
One of the most famous self-improvement texts of all time. Still gets rave reviews and very little critical opposition.
Guillebeau interviewed real business owners who had a unique business model, used no more than $100 in startup capital, and had no specialized skills – in order to create a roadmap that could be applied by other low-cost startups. Many of these could be considered “side hustles” rather than main businesses.
More of a ‘spiritual’ books than a business book, this inspiring tale encourages us to follow our life’s true calling and achieve true fulfillment.
An all-time classic on startups – this book investigates why most fail and the critical differences between them and the ones that succeed. Explains clearly why the “entrepreneurial seizure” aka. “going into business doing the thing you love” fails for most, and what to do about it.
More of a motivational book than anything else, this book teaches that “taking massive action” is the fundamental shift required for success.
Thiel, a famous and ultra-successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur, shares his valuable insights on startups and out-of-the-box thinking. If there’s anyone qualified to write on this subject, it would be him; having been involved in numerous high-level Silicon Valley startups and worked with the biggest players since the old days.